ACCA SILENCE EXPOSED
Despite taking 20 pages to respond to a two page statement from the
backers of the EGM resolution, the ACCA leadership has failed to
say even one word about the following matters:
The silence is the result of deliberate policies. ACCA leadership
prefers to keep members in the dark. Perhaps, the grip of the chief executive
is so strong that even council members don't know what is really going
Lawsuits in the UK
Lawsuits in India.
Settlement with the sacked staff in Malaysia.
Settlement with the MACPA over the plagirisation of its exam papers.
Subsidization of students in China. Students from the rest of the world
continue to subsidize students in China.
Why Her Majesty the Queen instructed the Lord Chancellor to intervene in
Why ACCA officials continue to be snubbed for royal honours (knighthoods,
MBE, CBE etc.)
The public revelations about Deputy-President Moyra Kedslie.
Poor relationships with members of the UK Parliament. Members have not
been told anything about the four motions of 'no confidence' in the ACCA.
Such motions persuaded the Privy Council to reject ACCA's application to
change its name.
£50,000 per annum spent by the officeholders on taking their spouses
and mistresses on world travels.
Racism at ACCA. This persuaded the Commission for Racial Equality to come
down on the ACCA and Mrs. Rose was pressurizing into undertaking an Ethnic
Monitoring survey of the UK members. Students were ignored.
Why members were not consulted for the Oxford Brookes degree.
ACCA leadership has no problem in using the magazine for photo opportunities
and propaganda (how good we are) but the same magazine has consistently
failed to provide worthwhile news.